Department of German and Russian Studies
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Faculty | Barabtarlo

Gennady (Gene) Barabtarlo

 

Gennady (Gene) Barabtarlo

Professor of Russian and Director of Graduate Studies in Russian and Slavonic Studies
Office: 456 Strickland Hall
Phone: 882-4328
Email: barabtarlog@missouri.edu

three books

 

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A Shimmering Hoop. On the Movement of Nabokov's Themes

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Vladimir Nabokov: Time and Ebb

Cold Fusion
Cold Fusion: Aspects of the German Cultural Presence in Russia

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In Every Place of His Dominion

Solzhenitsyn
Solzhenitsyn: What A Pity! and Other Short Stories

Aerial View
Aerial View: Essays on Nabokov's Art and Metaphysics

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A Small Alpine Form: Studies in Nabokov's Short Fiction

Phantom of Fact
Phantom of Fact: A Guide to Nabokov's Pnin

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Pnin
Anniversary Edition

Publications

Books

Vladimir Nabokov. Collected Works in 15 volumes (in progress).

A Shimmering Hoop. On the Movement of Nabokov's Themes. Gennady Barabtarlo (2003).

Vladimir Nabokov: Time and Ebb. Collection of Short Stories. Translated, with introduction and commentaries, Gennady Barabtarlo (2001).

Cold Fusion: Aspects of the German Cultural Presence in Russia, Slavic Literature, Culture & Society Series, Vol. 5, Gennady Barabtarlo, ed. (New York: Berghahn Books, 2000).

In Every Place of His Dominion. A book of poems and adaptations. Gennady Barabtarlo (1999).

Solzhenitsyn: What A Pity! and Other Short Stories, Gennady Barabtarlo, ed. (London: Duckworth Publishing, 1996).

Aerial View: Essays on Nabokov's Art and Metaphysics, American University Studies Series XXIV (New York: Peter Lang Publishing, 1993).

Small Alpine Form: Studies in Nabokov's Short Fiction, Charles Nicol (Editor), Gennady Barabtarlo (Editor) (London: Taylor & Francis, Inc., 1992).

Phantom of Fact: A Guide to Nabokov's Pnin (New York: Ardis Publishing, 1989).

Pnin. Anniversary Edition. Introduction, Translation, Commentaries, and Essay, Gennady Barabtarlo.